"If you look at Zverev, Medvedev, Novak, or Rafael Nadal, you don't see any weaknesses" - Mouratoglou breaks down the top of tennis

Patrick Mouratoglou broke down some of the best tennis players in the world noting that all of them have no particular weakness.

The noted tennis coach has been teaching about tennis on his social media channels for a while now sharing some tips and allowing fans technical insight into some of their favourite players. In his latest instalment, Mouratoglou tackled the top tennis players:

"Tennis has evolved, let's say in the last 10 years. If you look at the prototypes of the top players, they are all the same. They are super tall and super thin — Tsitsipas, Zverev, and Medvedev. They are really the same prototype physically. And then Alcaraz comes, he's much shorter, much more muscular, and he's been dominating a lot in the last few months. That makes it surprising and exciting."

He then pointed out that the new tennis players coming out really have no major weaknesses:

"The prototype of the new tennis player is this one: big serve but the guys who are able to return a lot of balls. They are incredible at moving and defending, but if you play a little bit slower, they will attack you. They are super complete, compared to the past where you had players with one or two incredible shots, but a lot of weaknesses. Now they have almost no weaknesses. If you look at Zverev, Medvedev, of course Novak or Rafa, you don't see any weaknesses — zero."

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